Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Evening Independent (Newspaper) - April 24, 1947, Massillon, Ohio THE EVENING INDEPENDENT MASSILLOF OHIO THURSDAY APRIL 24 194T hos SALMAGUNDI BRIEF MENTION Of PERSONAL NOTES AND MANY THINGS Born Monday to Mr and Mrs Harrv Hall of RD 5 Massillon at Aultman hospital Canton a son Born Wednesday to Mr and grs Louis A Pealy of RD 1 Can tin at the Massillon city hospital Born Wednesday to Mi and Mrs John T Griffiths of RD 2 Navarre at the Massillon city hos pital a son Born Wednesday to Mr anc Mrs Herbert M Ntff of 1510 Erie si S at the Massillon citj hospital a son Born this morning to Mr and Mrs John W McCoy of Marshall ville at the Massillon city pital a daughter r Born this morning to Mr and Mrs Carl Weidman of Orrville at the Massillon city hospital daughter Isorn this morning to Mr and Mrs Howard F Jacobs of Johawk rd SE at the Massillon city hospital a son 3f The Rev and Mrs G M Taylor if Joliet were recent guests M Mr and Mrs Harry McDougal aiid family of RD 5 Massillon Frank Wilson 616 Green ave SW Wednesday afternoon was in an invalid car to Mas Sfllon city hospital ill with pneu j F Rader of 1041 Yale has been called to Des Moines due to the illness of her father J H McBride Born Wednesday to Mr and Mrs Thomas B Ross of 219 atn St NE at the Massillon city hos pital a daughter Mrs Ross is the former Miss Carol Bell Miss Patricia Coyne of 3109 rd SE and Miss Helen TSoester of 700 Milburn rd NE have been initiated into Gamma Phi Beta national sorority at Wit tenberg college Springfield where they are members of the freshman class Mrs Alice H Randall of 621 Wellman ave SE has returned to Philadelphia with her daughterin law Mrs Ralph H Randall to re cuperate from a recent illness Up on her return she will take up her residence at 1254Vz Lincoln E Her address out of town will be 1824 Manor rd Havertown Pa ate sis sjc Bob Willmot seaman 2c U S Navy son of Mr and Mrs E J Willmot of 105 9th st SW has Completed a course of instruction In the school of photography at Pensacola Fla Willmot entered service April 2 1946 and received his recruit training at the naval training center Great Lakes 111 WiU Attend College Meet i Miss Laura I Taylor teacher at Washington high school has been named the official delegate of Wilmington college to the Otter bein College Centennial Founders Pay conference to be held in West fcrville April 2527 The theme of the conference will be Education for World Miss Taylor will be one of more than 150 official representatives 6f colleges universities and learned societies who will take part in the conference which will be one of the highlights of Otterbeins 100th birthday celebration The Founders Day convocation on Sat ijrday marks the exact date on 4hich the college was founded in 1947 Speakers for the occasion will include state and national educa tors and representatives of the United Natiens secretariat and the National Student Y M C A Dr J Gordon Howard president of Otterbein announced that nine honorary degrees will be conferred by the college to representatives who have distinguished themselves in the cause of peace and better Understanding between nations Those to be honored are from Africa China Japan the Philip pine Islands India Bolivia and the United States Raps Park Grant Opposition to lease of the Boys club building and use of adjoining land in Lincoln park by the city park board as authorized by city council Monday evening was ex pressed Wednesday evening by Massillon chapter No 38 Disabled American Veterans After a lengthy discussion of the issue now before Mayor S Robert Weirich for his approval or veto the Disabled Veterans at its for the senate defense investiga regular meeting directed their ad ing committee and cleared the wa TRUMANS MISTAKE VETO Ross Says Somebodys Face h Probably WASHINGTON White House said today that Presi dent Trumans mistake veto will be rectified but that the methot for undoing it is yet uncertain Presidential Press Secretary Charles G Ross told a news confer ence I dont think any great damage has been done I dont know who made the mistake Somebodys face is prob ably The vetoed bill would have con ferred special powers on counse jutant and service officer Godfrey Maier to prepare a statement for publication in The Evening Inde pendent and a letter to Mayor Weirich voicing the organizations opposition to the ordinance Maier for the presidents good friend foi mer Democratic Senator Burton K Wheeler to take a job with th committee as special counsel Mfc TRUMAN vetoed it yestei said lie will send to council a copy day He said it was too broad an of the letter to Mayor give the special counse MAIER SAID the Disabled Vet erans criticized the city council for failure to present the issue to the public before passing it under rule I some of justice department powers Then it developed that he wa legislation of nature has been passed man uuuui ueiuit passing u uuuci imc r M suspension requiring three separtimes Once was when Mr Tru voaHinwc aecortpri mpmhcvs man was a senator and wanted lor ate readings He asserted members declared the legislation an injustice to the people of Massillon par ticularly those of the west side in which part of the city the club and park are Our organization is opposed vice ueof the ing use or uie the defense committee which he then headed the same powers now asked Ross made clear that Mr Tru man had simply acted on someone a playground the city It the best place or park for west side children to The Disabled Veterans Maier said voiced disapproval of councils action in not openly presenting the issue and letting those opposed a well as those favoring the proposa voice their opinions We contend council did not han die the question sai Maier Maier said 85 of the organiza tions 286 members were presen at the meeting Name Top Spellers Boy Scouts Hold Court Of Honor Seven troops of the Massillon Area Council Boy Scouts of Ameri ca participated in a board of review at the Urban league Wednesday night Boys reviewed for second class scout awards were James Myridf s Fred Gries Benny Hedgespeth William Wade Robert Grier Ron ny Terront Don Oliver Willie Longshore Eldaridge Larsonel Billy Evans Don Glidder and VVinsick jr jScouts reviewed for other were Bob Heeston and Don Hover land first class Dick Messenger life Larry Evans eagle bronze pilm John Shaw silver paliv Rex Payne C Edward Sidler and John Shaw merit badges COED CLUB TONIGHT The second in a series of specjyj fun nights will be held at a reg ular weekly meeting of the Coed club at the Y M C A this evening at 8 oclock There will be gyrr and swimming until 9 p rn fol lowed by games mixers circle Dances ancj contests Merle Wilier wjll be in charge of entertainment Bales of cotton stored for more than 80 years were found to have deterioration Miss Evelyn Bennard eighth grade student of Lorin Andrews took first place in the finals of a spelling contest conducted at Wash ington high school Wednesday Winners of second and third places respectively were James Albaugh fifth grade Harvey and Helen Saunders eighth grade Longfel low All fifth sixth seventh anc eighth grade spellers who fin ished first second or third in las weeks contest competed in the lat est contest Evelyn and James will repre sent Massillon in a similar contes in Canton Friday Helen will serve as alternate Wednesdays contest was in charge of Supt L J Smith L T Drennan principal of Lorin An drews junior high school conduct ed the qral spelldown and M D Hosteller and A Clyde Scourfield principals of Longfellow ancj Jones junior highs respectively served as judges Teachers from several elementary schools assisted Taxes To Net City Massillon will receive and the city schools of the distribution of the December collection of taxes commonly known as the February settlement it was announced late Wednesday by Stark County Auditor Joe The total to be disbursed is representing collected in real estate and public utility taxes and in inheritance taxes Allotments of the money are state county 58 townships cities and villages and schools Shares to be received by Canton and its schools are and respectively and by Al liance and BOY BITTEN BY DOG Arthur McCreery 8 of 83 st NW was bitten in the left fore arm by a dog owned by John Zor bas of 2130 Main ave W early Wed nesday evening while playing in line somebody made a dont really know how it happen When the mistake came to light White House advisers cast about for some way in which the presi dent could unveto the bill OBITUARY Mrs Bertha M Finefrock Mrs Bertha Moulton Finefrock 80 died Wednesday evening at her residence in Canal Fulton ing a long illness She was a member of the Canal Fulton Presbyterian church and a charter member of the Canal Ful ton chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star She is survived by three daugh ters Mrs Nellie Harmon at home Mrs Maude Blank of Canal Fulton and Mrs Corinne Headapohl of Chatham N J and three grand children The funeral will be held Satur day at p m at the Swigart funeral home at Canal Fulton The Rev Earl Barthlow of the Can 50 Seamen Feared Dead LONDON seamen were feared dead today in a storm that swept three ships onto Brit ains rocky coasts and brought dis tress calls from vessels fighting mountainous seas on three sides of the isle THE British tanker Samtampa smashed into rocks off Porthcawl Wales and the British Press association said her crew of 42 was believed lost Eight life boat men perished trying to rescue them The British battleship Warsplte veteran of two warg was reaking up on the Cornish coast near Peniance and coastguardimcn said it would be impossible to re loat her Her crew of eight salvage workmen who had been taking her 6 the junk heap was saved The 275ton trawler Benghazi vent aground on tiny Fladda sland in the Firth of Lome off northwest Scotland but her 14 crewmen were reported to have anded safely on a nearby island fter escaping in a small boat The storm with gusts up to 100 miles an hour tossed huge waves ner the promenades at coastal owns on the English channel and he North and Irish seas Army States Objections WASHINGTON AP Rep Powell DNY said today the war department opposes passage of his bill to forbid race segregation in armed forces Powell made public a letter sign ed by Secretary Patterson saying the war department does not be NEW YORK STOCKS NEW TORK STUCK QUOTATIONS Furnished to Evening Independent bj MERRILL PIERCE KliNNER AND 8EANE Phone Misslllon Mill 13 Tuicarawat it W Cautun P M MARKETS Auto and Accessory Chrysler Reynolds Tob Oils Sinclair Oil Continental Oil 37V Ohio Oil Phillips Socony Vacuum Stan of Eaton 2 Stan of Ind 39V Firestone 51 Gen Motors Stan of N J Standard of Ohio 66 2514 Goodrich Goodyear lieve that effective utilization of packard Us manpower could be obtained by 55i the enactment of proposed OTHER LETTERS from the navy and the treasury department the coast guard aid they had no objections to he measure Powell said The Patterson letter explained hat the matter of race segregation lid been recently studied by a toard of generals and added Studebaker TimkenDetroit 17Vi Timken Roller U S Rubber 48U Merchandising Food Gen Foods Marshall 26 Montgomery Sears Roebuck 32 So Porto 44 ft Metals and Mining The department believes that Anaconda 36 rogreisive experimentation 30n uant to the recommendation willKennecott 43 a time accomplish the purpose of he proposed Powell in a statement accom anying the letters said It is regrettable that the army s so far behind the times as to isagree with the navy and the reasury The New York Negro member aid that on the basis of the favor ble correspondence from the navy nd the treasury he will press hairman Andrews RNY of the ouse armed services committee for a full hearing of the bill The he said is conv lete in that it will abolish separate uarters separate mess halls and Man Bumped Hurt By Car A compound fracture of the left eg below the knee was sustained Wednesday at p m by Leo lindenberger 41 of 804 6th st W when struck by an auto driven y Howard R Fisher of 430 Main st Navarre in 6th st SW near the intersection of Webb ave SW Lindenberger was taken in the ambulance of GordonShaidnagle al Fulton Presbyterian church will Hoilinger to the Massillon city officiate Interment will be made hospital where his condition was in Union cemetery Canal Fulton reported as fairly good loday Friends may call this evening from Lindenberger Police Capt John 7 to 9 and Friday from 2 to 4 and T p tut and Patrolman Herbert 7 to 9 p m at the funeral home Shi ted said he was cross Two Autoists Face Charges Two motorists were in jail today awaiting arraignment before Judge Robert G Hoffman in municipal court on charges of operating autos while under the influence of intoxi cating liquor5 Police Capt John T Pettit and PatrolmanHerbert Shine at a m today arrested Harvey Jewell 33 of 329 Buckeye st S WooSter in Lincoln Way NW on a drunken charge They allege his Miscellaneous American Can Amer Radiator 13 Am Tobacco B 64 City Ice Fuel 30 LibbyOwen Ford 49 Radio Corp 8 Texas Corp 51V Rail and Equipment Atchison 81 B 0 11 Chesapeake N Y 15 Penn R R Pullman 56 tt Southern Steels Beth Steel Republic 25Vi U S Steel 69 Youngstown Sheet Tube 62 Utilities 164 Amer T T Ark Nat Gas Cities Service 27 Cities Service Columbia Gas Commonwealth S Consol Edison 27 Elec Bd Sh Gen Electric 34Vs Inter T T United 3 Western 18M Westinghouse Produce Grain Markets Charles C Scheetz Charles C Scheetz 57 an agent jor the State Mutual insurance agency Canton died early Wed nesday morning at his residence 1507 18th st NW Canton Death followed a brief illness Surviving are his widow Mrs Esther Scheetz three daughters Mary Margaret and Betty Ann at lome and Mrs Beatrice Ferrari of ing from the east to the west side of 6th st and did not see the auto which was traveling south in 6th st The officers said Lindenberger told them he turned to call to an other man on the east side of the street when bumped almost sideswiped a truck and added that they used a siren and a spotlight in their efforts to bring Jewell to a stop French H Lantz 25 of 92 Forge st N Akron was taken into custo dy on a drunken driving charge by Patrolmen Carl Brown and James Reedin Cherry rd NW early Wed Livestock Markets CLEVELAND 300 steady 220 lb choice lb lb heifers cows good butcher bulls Calves 300 strong good to choice medium to good Sheep and lambs 400 steady spring lambs good to choice medium to good choice wethers choice ewes Hogs 600 50 higher heavies medium butchers and yorkers roughs Grain Opening CHICAGO With the ex of the May wheat future grains were a little lower at the op ening on the board of trade today Volume was of imoderate propor tions Wheat started cents lower to one cent higher May GRAIN PRICES Grain and feed prices corrected by The Ceres Supply Inc Grain Paying Prices Wheat No 1 per Corn per Oats per 88 Retail Feed Prices Chick Starter Growing Mash Laying Mash Broiler Ration 32 Mash Supplement Scratch Grains 18 Dairy 24 Dairy 32 Dairy Feed Horse Feed Pig and Hog 40 Hog Rabbit Bran Middlings Alfalfa Meal Gluten Feed Distillers Grains Linseed Meal British Are Helping Too CINCINNATI In verchapel British ambassador to the United States said today that his country had contributed more than to relief and rehabilitation in western Europe and the Far East in one form or another HERE AND there I find an impression that the United States has been alone in looking after needs of western Europe and the countries of the Far East which were overrun by our he said in an address for delivery at a luncheon of the Cincinnati cham 3er of commerce This impression is a wrong he added Britain has con tributed in the form of direct relief well over one billion dollars The largest sums under thisHeari ng went to UNRRA civilian sup to military government Greece and Malta She has also contributed almost wo billion dollars in the form of oans and credits On these Ger many France Denmark Holland Burma have all drawn heav ly These loans credits and grants or relief taken together add up o more than three billion Lord Inverchapel said that be cause Britain had withdrawn aid to Sreece it would be a grave mis ake to conclude that we are get1 ing rid of all our foreign commit ments We are not We are going i hares with you in Germany and ve are continuing to help the coun ries of western Europe In fact hese latter countries are drawing n us at the rate of some 00 dollars a 3oy Patrolman To Talk Safety Jerry Simon a schoolboy patrol nan at St Barbaras school will be Massillons representativein he junior police safety discussion o be broadcast Saturday from o p m over the radio system f station WHBC at Canton Ernest Sibalich a junior patrol man at Edmund A Jones school articipated in the discussion last with junior officers of Canton Vlliance and the township schools nesday evening after receiving corn was unchanged to V report from another officer that aicents lower May and oats j i Xi frt kirrhfrf ATaV driver apparently intoxicated was headed south in 1st st NE The patrolmen reported that Lantz is alleged to have driven over shrubbery at a gasoline filling station at the corner of 1st st and lower to Vs higher May Poultry Markets Soybean Meal Bricker To Give Dinner broilers 3637 Poultry fowl his machine stopped in the center of Cherry rd with the motor run ning Lantz was behind the steer ing wheel and two other persons ducks 32 Fisher said he was in the machine the officers about 20 miles an hour as Linden berger stepped in front of the auto according to the officers re port He reported that the impact tossed Lindenberger to the top oJ anton two brothers William Scheetz of Canton and Edward the hood of the car Scheetz of North Lawrence three lalf brothers Paul Scheetz of reported Nicholas J Gujin 44 of Wooster rd NW Barberton late Burnergrades Wednesday morning entered a guilj A 54 Canton Leroy and Clement Scheetz of Canton and four half sisters Mrs Eugene Wingerter and Mrs Edward Frank of Canton Mrs John Shafrath and Mrs eona Shafrath of Massillon He was born in Hartville and vas a World war I veteran and a member of St Peters Catholic hurch Holy Name society and the Eagles lodge of Canton The funeral will be held Satur day at a m at St Peters atholic church Canton Interment will be made in the church ceme The bedy is at the Paquelet fun ral home Canton where friends may call this evening from 7 to 9 Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 m Mrs Rose Ofsenger Mrs Rose Kiser Ofsenger 63 ormerly of Winesburg died Wednesday at her residence in Chicago Her husband and son preceded her in death She is survived by four sisters Mrs Callie Udell of Ashtabijla Mrs William Reed of Canton Mrs Arthur Hos rear of the Zorbas the tetler of Dover and Mrs Bert Smith youngsters father reported to poof Massillon three brothers Wil lice The boy was treated by a Ham Kiser of Chicago Frank Riser physician and Uie dog was Dover and George Kiser of Stras to a veterinarian according to a burg report at police headquarters The body is at the Stesse funeral Diet Of Grapes May Aid Boy Who Is Near Death Of Cancer CANTON 15yearold boy in the last stages of cancel ignored his physicians pessimism today and slaked a final desperate hope of prolonging his life on 40 pounds of grapes Told by his doctors he had less than a month to live countinfi on Weaver Case Will Reach Jury Today The threeday trial of Ruther ford Weaver 50 of 723 Tremont ave SAV on a charge of disorderly conduct was expected to reach a 1ury of 10 men and two women in municipal court this afternoon Arguments by counsel for the defendant and the prosecutor and a charge to the jury by Judge Robert G Hoffman were to made after the noon recess The defense rested its case late this morning Before the noon re cess Prosecutor Arthur P Under r hill made his opening argument Originally charged with disturb ing the peace Weaver is accused of knocking down Pasquale De Marco 46 of 663 Young st SE during an altercation Christmas eve in the doorway of a Postal pi SE cafe Dining cars were introduced on American railroads in 1868 home of Strasburg pending com pletion of funeral arrangements which will be announced later toes per bu Dies In Akron Mrs Iva Geis a former Massillon resident died Wednesday at her residence 22 E York st Akron She is survived by a sister Mrs Mayme McGill of Toledo The funeral will be held Satur day at 1 p m at the First Nazarene church Akron The body will be taken from the Adams funeral home to the church where it will lie in state from 12 noon until the time of service Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 oclock this evening Mrs Anna Bernhard Funeral The funeral of Mrs Anna Mar The grapes were flown here from New York through the help of the even after the grapes arrived his Junior Chamber of Commerce here Lloyd Berry had and the American Cancer society in the fruit to his lips Mom Touched by the boys ave SW who died early Wedries day morning at the Massillon city hospital after an illness of a month guide will be held Saturday at 2 p m at the McCurdy funeral home New by the boys Niies has only one tan his right Interment will pe Plight the junior chamber ordered arm having been removed by surmade In the Kinsman cemetery iu 1 i i uy amniHue HI me xvinamai the giapcs aftei the local supply gery last November after he bruis the body is at the GordonShaid was uP i R mrfi f u that sionary to South Africa wrote the ed grans cure in which she claims Cancer already has struck down o have cured herself on a grape two members of the Btrry his mother died of spine and five years shoulder in an accident nagleHollinger funeral home seriously infectwhere friends msy call this even ing froni 7 to 9 oclock of many others by that means Angle Miller The funeral of Angie Miller 58 Akron who died at the Massil in the last on state hospital Tuesday was Robertsville died held today at 10 a m at Calvary andief th Hme auto while under the influence of intoxicating liquor Judge Hoff man sentenced him to three days in jail and ordered payment of a fine of and costs A state patrolman arrested Gu jin Tuesday evening after his auto had sideswiped another machine south of Navarre on route 21 A not guilty plea to a charge of speeding was entered today by John Wincek 37 of 75 Marion ave SE Wincek was released on bond of pending trial Friday May 2 at 9 Rebert T Holland 19 of 3032 Roosevelt dr drew a and cost penalty for operating an auto on the CantonMassillon rd Wednes day without a muffler pn the car Olin C MeClintoek 33 of 49 Har ris ct SE paid and costs for op erating an auto without a taillight He was arrested at 1 a m today ay Patrolmen Austin Kraft and George Lynn Arthur M Alexander 31 of 16 Cherryrd NE Wednesday was penalized and costs when he sleaded guilty to a charge of intoxi ion A and cost penalty for was imposed on Herman Ess 65 no address listed Ess was arrested in the city hallpark bus station early Wednesday morn ing Clarence E Shook 41 of Woods field charged with intoxication ensed driver to operate his car anc and William Arnold 58 no address Mrs Evelyn Ida Homer wife oi listed accused of vagrancy were to Duane operating an auto without Sen ator Bricker complete r arrangements today for a dinne Governor Herbert tomor row night Senator Taft and Ohio Republ can house members and thei wives were invited to the meetin at the Mayflower hotel There was nothing to indicat that politics would be cliscussec CLEVELAND GovernOne Ohioan said privately that th ment graded eggs in cases con Bricker dinner would be purel rge AA 57 large medium 50 old potatoes j It was recalled however that per cwt California given for the governor b roduce Markets potatoes per cwt sweet potai Senator Taft several weeks ago de AntiSmoking Rule Brings Protest COLUMBUS Capital university student petitions pro testing antismoking rules for Trautman Hall the womens dorm itory and a hew ban on use of thehalls lounge by male students were to be given today to Dr Harold L Yochum university pres ident The petitions resulted from a mass meeting of 500 students last night Speakers at the meeting de clared they were victims of medie val authoritarinism and motheat en Dr Yochum said that the ban on male students frequenting Traut man Halls lounge was the result of recent property damage to fur niture Arraignment of three persons ar rested by state highway patrolmen s set for Saturday morning Those veloped political news that drev considerable attention Taft gave the dinner at hi home Word came from the meet ing that those present agreed t support Taft as Ohios favorite soi candidate for the Republican presi dential nomination in 1948 See Page 12 Big Drop In Temperature A 34degree drop in temperature was recorded here over a 21hour period yesterday and today Wednesday the temperature a recorded by Homer Snyder loca weather observer climbed to a high of 78 degrees at 3 p m anc then started down again By midnight it was down to 63 degrees and it continued to drop slowly during the night With the arrival of a chilling rain shortly after 9 a m today the drop be to be arraigned and the charges came more pronounced with the are Robert M Waltz 19 of 838 temperature falling 14 degrees to Wales rd NE permitting a minor without a license to operate his car Duane A Horner 26 of 859 15th st NW permitting an unlic be arraigned late today la license Former Alliance Doctor Aids New Fight To Control Cancer CLEVELAND at University hospital announ ced today they were introducing a new method of cancer detection on us experimental basis Should the method work out said Dr Robert H Bishop jr di rector some physicians believe it will result in earlier detection of the Disease than is possible under the generally accepted technique The new system doctors ex plained is based on a study of jody secretions for cells shed from cancers Thus a malignant organ mjght be detecte in its early stag es if the liquid secreted in the tis sue discloses cells of the cancer Under the established method a Dr Wilcoxon studied with George N Papanicolaou professor of anatomy at Cornell university and a leading proponent of the so called smear method of cancer diagnosis small part of the growth is rel A flight surgeon during the war moved surgically dried and Wilcoxon narrowed his field to ed then studied after his discharge diseased cells with emphasis on cancer He In charge the university hostold a reporter hundreds of techt Dital project will be Dr Guorge should be trained in the native of Alliance new technique so that it could be jnd a physician from the Univermade a tool for a countryrwicje pre I cemetery flty 61 Ivtntive 48 by 11 a m It was down to 44 degrees 34 under yesterdays high at noon and apparently was to drop still more this afternoon Rain during the period amounted to 06 of an inch TRUCK DAMAGES FENCE J R Martin of 231 1st st NE reported at police headquarters Wednesday afternoon that a truck had struck and damaged a fence along the of his property ATTENDS PRINCIPALS MEET L P Kemp principal of Wash ington high school will attend a spring meeting of the Ohio High School Principals association Fri day and Saturday morning in Co lumbus FURS REMODELED REPAIRED RESTYLED Estimates Giytn Free STYLE CENTER For The Young Man CORDUROY SPORT COAT PIETZCKERS Inc Ohio Home and luto Suppiy Co 135 LINCOLN W DIAL 21659 Only At The Ohio Home Auto Can You Buy The New 7tubc Supcrhctcrodynfl circuit Standard Broadcast re ception PLUS two short bands Troublefree AUTO MATIC pullout record changer Heres fresh enjoyment of your favorite programs and the famous Sparton tone Radioa richest voice since With a superb cabinet finished in rich walnut or mahogany veneers And the price to less than youd expect to payTthanks to the Sparton plan of selling through only one dealer in each community EXCLUSIVE SPARTON DEALER A
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.